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Poor Areas and Poor Health: Health inequalities and the built environment - Presentations
Session 1: How area inequalities affect healthWhat is the problem? What can we do?
Dave Buck, Deputy Director of Health Inequalities and Partnership, Department of Health
Session 2: Break-out workshops
Workshop 1: MobilityMobility: Sustrans
Alex Allen, Liveable Neighbourhoods Director, Sustrans
Workshop 2: Green spaces and sustainable developmentHow can poor areas be linked to green spaces more easily and what are the barriers to a healthy environment?
Angela Hobson, Programme Manager, Groundwork Manchester, Salford, Stockport,Tameside and Trafford
Incredible Edible Todmorden
Nick Green, Project Co-ordinator, Incredible Edible Todmorden (community based, award-winning local food growing
Workshop 3: Mental health, wellbeing, anti-social behaviour, aggression and depressionPoor Areas Poor Mental Health and Inequalities
Hari Sewell, National Equalities Project Lead, National Mental Health Development Unit
Do green and well designed neighbourhoods make us healthier?
Catalina Turcu, Research Associate, Bartlett School of Planning
Session 3: Health delivery - combating unequal conditions and poor healthCombating Unequal Conditions and Poor Health - How Public Health Bodies See The Problem
Neil Pease, Assistant Director Earning and Learning, Hull PCT
Case Study: ZEST Community, Sheffield
Laura Moynahan, Chief Executive
Session 4: Local action for healthWhy East London stays poor and its poor health worries London
Paul Plant, Deputy Regional Director of Public Health - London, Department of Health
Healthy Homes Programme
Ian Watson, Programme Co-ordinator
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